Woodinville Family Month activities continue
by Jeff Switzer
The Woodinville Health and Safety Fair will offer a wide array of services and information for families this Saturday from 10 to 5 at the Woodinville Towne Center. Booths, displays, and medical professionals will cover information for all ages.
Other Family Month events:
In the spirit of the event, organizers want "posters" with photos, decorations, or drawings, or all of the above, depicting a family, class, team, scout troop, or youth group. They are also looking for a special item appropriate for the season: scarecrows built by classrooms, schools, youth groups, or families. A 3-by-5 card pinned to them should identify the group that made them.
- Thursday nights, 7-9 p.m.: Community School at Bothell High School--Computer use, surfing the Net, auto repair basics, family medical training. 486-3256.
- Oct. 18:
- "A Walk Through The Park" dinner auction to benefit Wilmot Gateway Park, 5:30 p.m., Echo Falls Country Club. Reservations required. Call Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, 481-8300.
- Gym Jams, free music, volleyball, basketball, 7 to 9 p.m. at the Northshore Gym each Friday.
- Oct. 19:
- Late night "Y," 7-11 p.m. Drop by and swim, use the gym, or just hang out. Snacks provided, no fee for members, $3 non-members.
- Shakespearean Stage Combat Demonstration, Kingsgate Library 2 to 3 p.m.
- Breast Health Breakfast and Resource Fair. Register: 899-3000.
- Oct. 21: Community forum on public education today: "What Are The Challenges and Opportunities?" 11:30 a.m., Ricketts Auditorium, Janet Graves, Northshore Schools, 489-6440.
- Oct. 22: All Northshore teens are invited to play basketball, volleyball, and more at Sorenson Gym, 7 to 9 p.m. Call Marita for more info: 485-9797.
Posters and scarecrows can be delivered to Marie Stake at Woodinville City Hall, 13203 NE 175th. They will be distributed throughout Woodinville.